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Will UNC remain strong? Is Kentucky legit? Can the Jayhawks regain the title?

 

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#11: Butler Bulldogs

The Horizon power has enough talent inside & out to make a serious run in the NCAA Tournament.

 

#12: Washington Huskies

Despite losing Jon Brockman, Washington will fight with Cal for the Pac-10 title.

 

#13: Ohio State Buckeyes

Evan Turner (17 ppg) is a bona-fide superstar, but will the lack of proven PG hold OSU back?

 

#14: Michigan Wolverines

Manny Harris and DeShawn Sims form one of the most lethal inside-outside combos in all of college basketball.

 

#15: California Golden Bears

Cal returns six of the seven players who helped Mike Montgomery win 22 games in his first season.

 

#16: Dayton Flyers

After winning 27 games last year, Dayton has a chance to make some noise in the NCAA Tournament.

 

#17: Georgetown Hoyas

Greg Monroe (13 ppg) is one of the best young big men in the country, but is the surrounding talent good enough?

 

#18: Minnesota Gophers

Returning its top nine scorers, Tubby Smith's program should once again take a step forward.

 

#19: UCONN Huskies

UCONN's backcourt is in good shape, but there are many questions on the frontline.

 

#20: Maryland Terrapins

If Greivis Vasquez (18 ppg) brings his A game every night, Maryland can make a serious run at the ACC title.

 

#21: Illinois Fighting Illini

After a surprise 24-win season, Bruce Weber has proven you have to take his teams seriously.

 

#22: Clemson Tigers

Clemson has steadily improved under Oliver Purnell, but he has to deal with the loss of two quality guards.

 

#23: Mississippi State Bulldogs

With or without Renardo Sidney, MSU has serious NCAA Tournament aspirations.

 

#24: Xavier Musketeers

Despite a new coach and key graduations, Xavier has to be considered an NCAA Tournament team once again.

 

#25: Kansas State Wildcats

Jacob Pullen & Denis Clemente form a rock-solid backcourt, but KSU needs its young forwards to step up.

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